Jun 13, 2021  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog
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MBA 503 - Financial Reporting and Control


Credits: (3)
Accounting is the primary channel for communicating the economics of any business. Managers must understand the concepts and language of accounting in order to use this critical tool effectively for communication, monitoring, and resource allocation. Financial Reporting and Control is not a comprehensive course in accounting. Rather, it provides a broad view of how accounting contributes to an organization and how managers can make the best use of accounting information, accounting records, systems, and accountants as internal resources for the purpose of making effective financial decisions. This course is designed to help students use accounting-based information to aid in managerial decision making. Case study analysis combined with written and oral case study presentation will be used extensively. Prerequisite(s): Undergraduate accounting I and accounting II, or MBAP 001 and MBAP 002. Note: This course may be waived for students with a recent undergraduate accounting degree and relevant current experience in the field of accounting, to be determined by the program director.



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